The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 23, 1918 · Page 5
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, April 23, 1918
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TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILi,E, PA. PAGE FIVE!. NEWSY NOTES TEL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THEJfflll TOWN Episcopal Congregation Isj Paid Visit by ISishop Whitebead. SERVICE FLAG IS UNVEILED Scottdale pi^, t of American Sheet * Tta Pl«t* KuBBing fvO, Old Meadow la IJtped Dow t; Christian 1'astor Ulrcn Parse ! Special to Tho Courlor. SCOTOIXUE, April 3S.--The con- Srega6a of the Episcopal chHrch held a. patriotic sen-ice at tie church last evening, with Bishop TVhitenead of PUtsbarg, ia,charge. The iishop made an. excellent address. A service flag »'as_ "unfurled, with stars for the following persons who are in the service: Torrence Orerholt, Firman yield, Thomas Alcock, Harry and William Guest and William MoClaia. Waited. ·' Good boy to work in store £or general woric. Must be 15 or 16 years. Apply s. Wanner Furniture Store.-- Adv:--22apr5t. TresfateA With Bible. Three Generations Testify to the Efficacy of--· ; : | ,. DR. CALDWELL'S Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative in maintaining the family health.- A conibinaSSnTo|. simple laxative herbs with pepsin, free from opiates and najrcqtic drugs, and pleasant to the taste, it acts easily and naturally, restoring normal regularity.-' First prescribed by Dr. Caldwell more than twenty-five years ago,it is today the indispensable family remedy in countless homes throughout the United States. Sold in Drug Stores--50 as. and$1.00 A trial bottle can he obtained, free of charge, by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 457 Washington St., Monticeilo, Illinois j her to do farm work in Kansas, that-Store, Scottdale. As you get oft they'bad gotten to Kansas all right i car.--Adv. tb.e ex- Other Notes. ·'Mr. and Mrs. \\'. F. Holzer and cuitere of the Irish potato is i.famllliir to altnost everyone 'who lias ever hart a garden. In brief, the potatoes xhna:l he plumed as soon as : the ground can. bo worked in spring, i ; two weeks before the average date of { ; the Ifist hil : ing frogt being none too (: i : enriy. Tho tubers should be cut aoj j ; that ciicH. piece contains from ,one · two eyes,' ana the pieces planted In! j ! rows from 24|to 30 inches rtpnrt, and'' ; from 10 to 13 [nches ixpart In the rows, ) : depending on the variety. Cultivation [ I should be frequent and thorough. It ! ; is an excellent Men to worK soil np : i to the plants .as they develop, so that ,' I there will be'plenty of soil to cover ! I the potatoes as thoy form. /! i Early potntoe.s in the centra] and , · southern sections of the country will 1 mature in sufficient time for the ERf- | ' clGuer to grow n crop oC sweet corn, ; I late cnbboge or turnips on the same 'ground. -It Is often possible to plant ! I the second crop betvveen the potato ' · rows before the potatoes are dug. . \ Early potatoes may be used as soon as . large enough, an old rnle being to be- · : gin using them when they nre as Inrge , I n s a hen's egg. The usual method Isj ' to dig them as needed, leaving the j i main part of the crop to develop to. \ : maturity. i In the central portion of the United ; ; Srates the late crop may be planted;: i from Jnne 15 to July 1, but in the;: northern sections the main crop 1: Children's 29e Muslin "Drawers Children's 19c Eibbed.Hose All sizes, black only.--veryispccial --the pair lie Boys' 89c Knee Pants - - 55c Boys'48c Waists 29c Men's Work Sox - - - - 13c Boys'75c Wash Suits - - - 47c Men's $1 Night Shirts - - 79c Misses' $3 Kid Shoes - $1.98 Women's $2.25 Juliettes - $1.69 83e Matting Rugs - - - - '59c 75c Linoleums, sqjuare yd. - 49c 75c Rag Rugs 59c Extraordinary Values in Footwear He will leave soon for the Moody j Pittsburg Bible Institute. ' .i 20-23. Old .HefldorF Closed. ^street, Scottda!e,-r-Adv.-- i. Mary ·'· -tUllcr. All of the mills at the American j .\i rs _ i[ arj . j. MiHcr died yesterday Sheet Tin Plate company here! morning at her .Jennings avenue started yesterday, hut the Old Mead- | home. No arrangements have been granddaughter, Kathleen, at Greens- p | nn t e d earlier than - this, no attempt-' Thirty-five of the youos people \ an d" would" be - employed by from the United Brethren church m e t . perimental farm bureau, at the home of John Copt- and gave' ' for Sule. hinv-a very pleasant surprise part:'. \ ' F irst class washing machine, very [ burg, spent Sunday with friends herr. · Dc lng"mnde to produre earl3 : and late ,. r ' C .°.? e . was P re 5ented with a Bible.! t . Qeap . Elmer Morrow, piano dealer, i .Mfcs Hay Byerly of Greensburg, | pota toes, ns In many sections the' Miss -Martha Workman her* ..growing season J5 too short tor the on Sunday. . i production of but one «rop. Late Thomas Carlisle, employed at the H. potatoes are allowed to grow until they.; § C, Trick office, has been appointed! rnnrure or until the frost kills the'. inspector of steel for ihe United j vines. The cultivation of the late crop:, States government, at a very nice ; is similar to that employed in the case.' ow mill shut down light. Only three · made for the funeral services at this I salary. ; of the early crop.--13. S. Department' or four employes will be kept around | t j nle . | Sa . m miler of Camp Sherman, spent i of Agriculture, the place. Pastor Given Pnrse. Sunday with friends here. . i YTomen's $5.50 Uroivii Kid Shoes Children's $2^)0 G u n Slt'tal S'iioes . Women's $6.00 BliMjk Kid Shoes ... Women's $8.50 Fine Kid Shoes - §3.48 $1.39 $7.45 Most Unusual Children's Wear $2.00, $1.75 und $1-50 Children's. fl»-« -t Q Gingham Dresses tP.JL»JL«/ Children's $1.00 Midi!}-' Skirts Regular $1.00 Middy Blouses lnfants'"50c .Short Dresses Embroider}- Trimmed 69c 29c 10 Crash Toweling - 15c Best Calico - -. 25c Bleached Muslin 29c Spring Percale - 35c Huck Towels - 6c | 22c Apron Gingham - - - 15c 9c i 18c Canvas Gloves - - - - He Women's 19c Vests - - - lie 21c I 25c Dress Gingham - - - 19c 27c § 35c Heavy Turkish Towels 29c MAM At Fann M'nrk. Charles D. Flagle, the general ·sec- A very pleasant surprise was iriven the Rev. Thomas.Hughes, pastor of retary of the Y. M. C. A., received a ; lne Christian church, at his home on letter from Mercer Mcllraia and | Friday evening. Fifty of the members Dewey Smeltzer, who recently left i O f the congregation were present ac.d Mrs. George McCurdy is visiting with Pittsburg friends this week. Harold Andrews of Camp Lee, is visiting friends here. Thomas List and William Rollison Growing Specialties. It will pay the home gardener to gro\v certain specialties of which he mny be fond, and which may be troublesome or expensive to purchase. BACKACHE KILLS Don't make the fatal mistake of neg- lectraff what may seem to be a "simple little.backache." Tb»re isn't any ^uch thing. It may be the first warning that -your fcidneys are not workinc properly, and throwing oft the poisons xrr. and Mrs. Walter bounts and , proyMe thc h o a s p w i f c w , th nUd , tion3 ; j for her table vrbich art; most welcome : , - t If they can bo picked couveuienUy and '. Camouflage is an ajd art umler a new j _ M, D. Wardlow, a,Pitt student, ?pent j at Uje r j gUt moment with a purse. Money Is Couaterfeftwl. j -Misses Lillian and Pearl Kepaer TOO- All good things are imitated. \ tored lo Union town on Sunday. name. Look oat. The greatest sales- j Sunday at his homo here, person of all is the garment itself. they should, if this is tlm case, go j ^\r e sho-jv- a wonderful'selection that is after the caust of that backache »^ j j t? individual--no two - alike-- j do it quickly, or you may find yourself J . . , . . . ,, I in the srip of an incurable disease. Pnces are marlced in plain H^urcs i ., T , . ^.., ,, _ ..,_^ an( j y ou arc as ]ji, era i]y treated in every way as you would bo in any store you've bought for -many years. J Mrs. Lillian K e J f y and daughters, el and Madeline, spent i Youngwood friends. GOLD MKDAI Haariem Oil Capsules will ffive almost inxmediale ri-ltef from kidney and bladder troubles, wtifch may be the unsufrpected cause of ffen- eral 111 health. GOLD SIEDAl, Haarlem Oil Capsules are iinport-'d direct from the laboratories in Holland, They lively guaranteed to give pr'impt rft- lief, or your money will be refunded. Get them at any drup store, but be suro to insiirt on the GOLD MEDAL brand, and cake no other. "In boxes, three sixes. Meyersdale= Value and service are building us a j regular monthly meeting of t'oe Sodal- j titled, name and fame. In spite of being j it-y of SS. Philip and James Catholic just a new store with all newly pur- j chitrch on Sunday evoainjr. it vaa de- Plnnt^ which grow high ond cauge Sunday : hpavy gnnde [S i) OU )j r j n t bo located i where they will Interfere with sun-tov- smaU plants. It is well, nlso, to separate pereanluls, such ca rhubarb ( end aspnrniirnH which »re not cultt- April 22.--At , the valed, from plants which const be ! ( other ready-to-wear garment the naine of the Sodality, oacli lady a certain than | houses in 10 years. Why? There's pledging- herself to pay [a reason. Come and see for yourself- i amount in.order to do so. Everrthing: that a woman, diild or | ATrs. James r.eckemhy spent th infant wears. Broadway Toadies': week-end visiting in ConnellsHHe. The same fclnd of vegetables should not be grown twlcr\ If this can be flTOidcd, In the saine pnrt of ihc'par- detu If a mcllcaliy different Uimi is grown, disease spores atxl Insects. Plough present In the soil, probably v;IIl not attacU tlie second crop. EVERYTHING COOKED LIKE AT HOME, Strictly Fresh, Clean and Pure. ASK FOE OUR SPECIAL CLUB BREAFAST AND SUNDAY DINNER, "Our Pastries Are Delicious Because They Are Homemade." NEXT DOOK TO WEST PEXN WAITING ROOM. I TRY OUE CLASSIFIED ADLETS. Ic 4 WOSD. (FLAG COUPON) HOW TOi; CAS GET i SPLESMD FLAG FOB LITTLE SHEflBT. All that is necessary for you to do is to clip the coupons and bring or send them to The DaCj- Conner office with $1.49 and the beautiful Flag is yours. Description--THe flag is S feet long br 5 feet wide: rainproof and sanproof American banting--absolutely fast colors. Stripes sewed, double Blitchrrt. Has strong canvas heading and metal gromrocn^s. TJiiR 8x5 Foot Has ''or 6 Conpons of Consecutive Dates and S1.49 Cash. Note:--If ordered by Mail add lOc for packing and postagre. CLIP THIS FLAG COUPO.V TODAY ! aud, with required cash for Flag send to Flag Department THE DAILY COURIER 129 1-2 YT. Crawford Are-, CONXELLSTDLLE. PA. Street or R. F. D. No_ Town State. SOISSO Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Coming fresh from a remarkable engagement at the Cohan Theatre, New York, wKere it was tlie supreme photodramatic sensation of the year, we are to see "Redemption," with Evelyn Nesbit and her son, Russell Thaw. -·r'Jh'ltbiv-her screen debut, Miss Nesbit became a star over night. Broadway went wild over "Redemption." It was a profound sensation, winning instantly by superb photoplay, the thrill arid tense interest of its narrative, the great mother-Jove displayed by the heroine. Miss Nesbit's truly wonderful emotional powers, the excellent cast and fine stage direction by Julius Steger and Joseph A. Golden, nothing just like it ever had been sean before and Broadway enthustically welcomed the novelty. Special music for this show which starts at 2 o'clock each day arid runs continuous until 10.45 P. M. Prices, Afternoon, lOo and 20o;

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